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Jules Dassin, the blacklisted American filmmaker who was a master of film noir, directing such classics as "Brute Force," "The Naked City" and "Rififi," died Monday in an Athens hospital. He was 96. The cause of death was not made public. The...
Zap2It.comLifetime has given the go-ahead to a movie about a group of Texas cheerleaders whose wild behavior made national headlines a couple years back. Tatum O'Neal and Jenna Dewan will topline "Fab Five: The Texas Cheerleader Scandal," which is scheduled for...
AH, to be young and in love on-screen. Or young and in grief, in guilt, in the family way, in search of life's meaning. Basically, it's the young part that counts. A preponderance of actors and actresses under the age of 25 have stood out this year at...
Tags: Family, Film Festivals, Unions, Movies, Emile Hirsch
Zap2It.comNew York firefighter Tommy Gavin may have been snatched from that burning beach house, but now he's in for a serious grilling as "Rescue Me" begins its fourth season at 10 p.m. ET Wednesday, June 13, on FX. As fans remember, season three ended on a tense...
Sentinel Movie CriticThere's a Tom Petty rockumentary to finish and a possible film project, The Broken Code, about a real-life scientific stink over the secrets of DNA. He appears in the upcoming films The Dukes (with Chazz Palminteri), The Fifth Patient and Humboldt...
Special to The Times"A weak man can be a pack of trouble for any family," L'Tisha Morton (Vanessa Williams) warns her elder son, Isaiah (Rodney Henry). The same goes for scripts and movies. Directed and written by Anthony Lover, "My Brother" is brimming with would-be life...
Tom O'Neil, The EnvelopeThroughout this awards year, "Little Miss Sunshine" proved to be the little indie hit that could pull off big award surprises, including huge wins from the Producers Guild of America (best picture) and Screen Actors Guild (best ensemble). Could Little...
Special to The TimesFrom the special effects-laden trailers, "Bridge to Terabithia" looks for all the world like the second coming of "The Chronicles of Narnia." It's not — and that's a very good thing. Firmly grounded in the real world and based on Katherine...
Tags: Television, AnnaSophia Robb, PG Rated Movies, Movies, Gaming
Zap2It.comRyan O'Neal, who last appeared in that comedic tour de force "Malibu's Most Wanted," was arrested in Malibu for assault. The Oscar nominee was allegedly assaulted his adult son Griffin with a handgun during a family tiff in the wee hours of Saturday...
Tags: Family, Academy Awards, Crime, Law and Justice, Assault, Crimes
By Susan King, Times Staff Writer"Babel," "The Departed," "Letters from Iwo Jima," "Little Miss Sunshine" and "The Queen" were nominated Tuesday morning for best picture of 2006 by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Though shut out in this and other marquee categories, the...
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Tatum O'Neal stars in MyNetworkTV's new telenovela "Wicked Wicked Games," and it will likely be her last. "I don't think I would do a novela again," O'Neal says, noting the heavy work load involved in a five-nights-a-week drama. "To be honest, you have...
"Lead or supporting? What do you think?" That's the most urgent question buzzing through panicked Oscarland right now as actors try to determine their best campaign strategy. Make a mistake and declare yourself in the lead race -- when you should really...
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